For millions of children, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder can make life difficult. Medication was the primary way to treat ADHD but more parents are turning to neurofeedback. A study by the Journal of Pediatrics found that children who use this brain training had improvements in impulse control and attention.
Reference: The Washington Post – By Arlene Karidis – https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/therapists-are-using-neurofeedback-to-treat-adhd-ptsd-and-other-conditions/2015/01/16/b38e6cee-5ec3-11e4-91f7-5d89b5e8c251_story.html
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